The Economic Dimension
From: Twilight Capitalism
In this chapter, the authors make the case that capitalism — once a formidable force for innovation and the development of productivity (not to mention brutal exploitation, violence and suffering) — has lost all its redeeming qualities. In its twilight phase, it runs on deception, dispossession and fumes.
Murray E.G. Smith
Murray E.G. Smith is Professor of Sociology at Brock University. He has been active on the socialist left in Canada since the 1970s, participating in a variety of campaigns and progressive movements for social change.
Jonah Butovsky is associate professor of sociology at Brock University.
Josh J. Watterton
Joshua J. Watterton is pursuing a PhD in geography at York University.